South Carolina Weather
The highest recorded temperature for Charleston for the past 63 years was 105°F, while the regular high yearly temperature is 76. The coldest day reported in Charleston for the past 63 years was 6, and the typical annual low is 55. Charleston usually receives an average of 52 inches of precipitation annually and receives an annual average of 1 inches of snow.
In the last 58 years the highest measured temperature in Columbia was 107°F, while the regular high daily temperature for the year is 75. The record low temperature in Columbia for the last 58 years was -1, while the regular low annual temperature is 52. Columbia receives an annual average of 48 inches of precipitation and averages 2 inches of snow annually.
The highest recorded temperature for Greenville for the past 43 years was 104°F, and the regular daily average high is 70. In the last 43 years the highest reported temperature in Greenville was -6, and the mean annual daily low is 50. Greenville usually receives an annual average of 50 inches of rain and receives an average of 6 inches of snow.